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This section provides system administrators who are rolling out new or managing existing KDE deployments in their organization with the information they need to do so effectively.
 
  
== File System ==
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Denne sektion giver Systemadministratorer, som opsætter nye eller administrerer eksisterende KDE deployment i deres organisation, den information de skal bruge for at gøre det effektivt.
;[[KDE System Administration/Configuration Files|Configuration File Syntax]]
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:KDE configuration files are text-based. They contain groups of key-value pairs. This section explains their syntax. It covers:
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== Filsystem ==
* localisation,
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* shell variables,
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:KDE konfigurationsfiler er tekst-baseret. De indeholder grupper af key-value par. Denne sektion beskriver deres syntaks. Den dækker følgende:
* complete or partial lock-down of configuration files,
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* oversættelse af sprog,
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* shell variabler,
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* komplet eller delvis låsning af konfigurationsfiler,
 
* editor utilities,
 
* editor utilities,
* other advanced features.
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* andre avancerede egenskaber.
 
<!--It covers localisation, use of shell variables, locking down configuration files (in whole or in part), and other advanced features. Read also about some useful editor utilities.-->
 
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;[[KDE System Administration/KDE Filesystem Hierarchy|KDE Hierarchy]]
 
;[[KDE System Administration/KDE Filesystem Hierarchy|KDE Hierarchy]]
:This article describes how KDE uses the filesystem, where it looks for files, and where it stores them. It explains how to change these locations. There is also a brief overview of the default settings used by major OS vendors.
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:Denne artikel beskriver hvordan KDE bruger filsystemet, hvor det kigger efter filer og hvor det gemmer dem. Artiklen forklarer hvordan disse lokationer kan ændres. Dere er også en kort oversigt over de standard indstillinger der bruges af større OS udbydere<!-- EN:vendors -->.
  
 
;[[KDE System Administration/XDG Filesystem Hierarchy|XDG Hierarchy]]
 
;[[KDE System Administration/XDG Filesystem Hierarchy|XDG Hierarchy]]
:Supplementing the [[KDE System Administration/KDE Filesystem Hierarchy|KDE filesystem hierarchy]], KDE also uses various directories, as defined by XDG specifications on [http://freedesktop.org freedesktop.org]. This article documents the paths used and their purposes.
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:Som et supplement til [[KDE System Administration/KDE Filesystem Hierarchy|KDE filesystem hierarchy]] bruger KDE også diverse directories der er defineret i XDG specifikationerne på [http://freedesktop.org freedesktop.org]. Denne artikel dokumenterer de filstier der bruges og deres formål.
  
 
== Desktop Sessions ==
 
== Desktop Sessions ==
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:During startup, KDE starts the visible desktop components as well as several services that run in the background. This article describes the startup sequence, gives an overview of some of the services started, and explains how to make changes.
 
:During startup, KDE starts the visible desktop components as well as several services that run in the background. This article describes the startup sequence, gives an overview of some of the services started, and explains how to make changes.
  
;[http://docs.kde.org/development/en/kdebase/kdm/ Login Manager]
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;[http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdebase-workspace/kdm/ Login Manager]
 
:The KDE Display Manager (KDM) provides services commonly associated with a login manager. The first contact your users have with a KDE system is usually the KDM login screen. This section covers the basics of how setting up KDM, plus advanced topics such as remote login, automatic login, and more.
 
:The KDE Display Manager (KDM) provides services commonly associated with a login manager. The first contact your users have with a KDE system is usually the KDM login screen. This section covers the basics of how setting up KDM, plus advanced topics such as remote login, automatic login, and more.
  

Latest revision as of 16:36, 14 July 2012


Denne sektion giver Systemadministratorer, som opsætter nye eller administrerer eksisterende KDE deployment i deres organisation, den information de skal bruge for at gøre det effektivt.

Contents

[edit] Filsystem

Konfigurations-filsyntaks
KDE konfigurationsfiler er tekst-baseret. De indeholder grupper af key-value par. Denne sektion beskriver deres syntaks. Den dækker følgende:
  • oversættelse af sprog,
  • shell variabler,
  • komplet eller delvis låsning af konfigurationsfiler,
  • editor utilities,
  • andre avancerede egenskaber.
KDE Hierarchy
Denne artikel beskriver hvordan KDE bruger filsystemet, hvor det kigger efter filer og hvor det gemmer dem. Artiklen forklarer hvordan disse lokationer kan ændres. Dere er også en kort oversigt over de standard indstillinger der bruges af større OS udbydere.
XDG Hierarchy
Som et supplement til KDE filesystem hierarchy bruger KDE også diverse directories der er defineret i XDG specifikationerne på freedesktop.org. Denne artikel dokumenterer de filstier der bruges og deres formål.

[edit] Desktop Sessions

Environment Variables
A variety of environment variables documented in this article are available to influence aspects of KDE and the runtime behavior of KDE applications.
Desktop Startup Sequence
During startup, KDE starts the visible desktop components as well as several services that run in the background. This article describes the startup sequence, gives an overview of some of the services started, and explains how to make changes.
Login Manager
The KDE Display Manager (KDM) provides services commonly associated with a login manager. The first contact your users have with a KDE system is usually the KDM login screen. This section covers the basics of how setting up KDM, plus advanced topics such as remote login, automatic login, and more.

[edit] User & Group Profiles

Introduction to Kiosk
The Kiosk framework provides a set of features that makes it possible to easily and powerfully restrict the capabilities of a KDE environment based on user and group credentials. In addition to an introductory overview, this article covers configuration setting lock down, action and resource restrictions, assigning profiles to users and groups and more.
Kiosk Keys
This document details known global and application-specific kiosk keys for action, resource and URL restrictions, making it a handy reference guide when setting up a Kiosk profile.
Additional Resources
Links to tools, mailing lists and additional documentation relevant to user and group profiles in KDE.

[edit] Tools

KioskTool
A graphical application that helps manage KDE Kiosk user and group profiles.
Desktop Sharing
The KDE Desktop Sharing capabilities make it possible to share your desktop remotely with others. Among other uses, this feature allows support staff to give direct assistance to users.
Using KDE Dialogs in Shell Scripts
You can use KDialog shell scripts to show various KDE dialogs. This gives you seamless integration of your own custom GUI enhancements.
Controlling Access to Content Provided By Get New Stuff
Give information on how to control content downloaded from the Internet by the Get New Stuff feature of KDE.

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